Projects

"Of The Land" is the 3rd Solo Show from artist Sam Peacock at the Curious Duke Gallery. Its focus is on the changing landscape surrounding the Hastings and Pett Level peninsular. During the month of May 2018, Peacock will exhibit 18 paintings at the Curious Duke...

  You can see some of my new work this week at the Oxo Wharf Gallery as part of an event hosted by Caiger Contemporary. Here, I take time out to talk to Carol Caiger, one half of the Caiger Contemporary team for a quick Q and...

Into the abyss is the next solo show after Fractured in 2015. Presented by the Curious Duke Gallery, Into the Abyss will attempt to give a visual response to the amount of C02 released into the atmosphere by each country per capita. The show will be...

[gallery link="none" size="medium" ids="2013,2002,2011,1994,1887,1889"]   All part of the "Top Brass" collection. Paint, coffee, varnish on brass cylinders. Available from The Curious Duke Gallery. ...

Working in the studio post Battersea 2016. Looking over the process which the work takes and refining the ideas on which the paintings are based [gallery columns="2" size="large" link="none" ids="2008,2010"]...

Installation at Novotel, Canary Wharf, London now taking shape. The original commission was to undertake both feature walls on the ground floor of the lobby and the bar area in Novotel's newest flagship hotel in Canary Wharf. Shown here are 2 wall spaces pre completion....

Hampstead Affordable Art Fair took place in June and as you can see, loads of new work was taken for display. New pieces have now ended up with collectors worldwide. The first major art air of the Year for me. The spring is concentrated in producing...

Interview with Sam Peacock: Conversation between Pack of Patches Gallery and Sam Peacock, January 2016. Coming to Pack of Patches gallery in Jena this spring is London based artist, Sam Peacock. Peacock introduces elements of mysticism, caution and the raging intensity of the inferno within. Seemingly,...

I've been working on some display units for a number of smaller works I made for Folly & Muse. It was an interesting project as I have never framed my work before. It was worth the constant anxiety that I was going to crack the plastic,...